Witness the underground world of street racing like never before as racers hit the local streets across America.
Rebel racers take to the streets in Texas, Michigan and Missouri.
Summer Street racing heats up in Tennessee, Oklahoma and the Northeast.
Outlaw racers square up in California, Ohio, and Oklahoma.
Tempers flare when Oklahoma, Texas, and New York racers face off In the streets.
Burning rubber continues in Pennsylvania, Oklahoma and Arizona.
A group of racers meet up on the streets of Oklahoma for a night of grudge racing, including some familiar cars and faces, but their first spot is blown when they get word that the cops are on their way. They relocate, but spend the night trying to avoid the cops. In Ohio, eleven local racers meet up for a $2,4000 tournament, and the competition brings out some cars you might not expect to see racing. Over in Pennsylvania, some grudge racers have decided to test their luck street racing in the city, where they’ll most likely be busted by the cops.
Tonight, on the street, it’s a night full of single elimination events, including a sixteen car street racing tournament in Texas. Racers compete until there is one man left standing, who will take home the grand prize of $4,000. Meanwhile, in Pennsylvania, nine drivers meet up in a bustling city for a night of street racing. They’re on a city street, but these local drivers know how to handle it, the only question is will they be able to finish their shootout before being busted by the cops? Then, in Arizona a group of racers have to deal with a car fire and an unexpected surprise from mother nature.
Pennsylvania racers return to a street where they’ve been busted before for a night of grudge racing. They think they’re one step ahead of the police, but luck isn’t on their side tonight. Down in Texas, seven racers have gathered for a shootout worth $800. They are racing next to a busy highway, so they need to get through the event as quickly as possible, or risk being stopped by the police before a winner is declared. Meanwhile, just a state away in Oklahoma, we see some familiar faces at a shootout, but will a new comer take the whole thing?